This gallery only has a modest amount of space in the Gold Coast Arts Centre but they used it well and there three interesting exhibitions to look at. One was a touring exhibition from the Jam Factory in Adelaide with a beautiful array of contemporary craft and glass work. The second was an exhibition of old watercolours and photos by an artist who had lived in the hinterland at the turn of the 20th Century. Wonderfully detailed paints and a great way to get a feel for the area's past. The third exhibition helped one understand the process of art making as it was focused on an artist's workshop that had been held on South Stradbroke Island nearby.
They also had an "after dark" talk on Indigenous art that I attended which was equally interesting.
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